Welcome to the U.S. Travel Newsroom
U.S. Travel’s media team works with the news media on issues that impact travel to and within the United States. We advocate key policy activities and positions, publicize industry events and highlight important research on behalf of our members. Our media team is available to answer media inquiries, provide background information and schedule interviews. Please contact Cathy Keefe, Manager, Media Relations, (O) 202-408-2183, (C) 703-899-7031 or Chris Kennedy, Director, Strategic Communications, (O) 202-218-3603, (C) 202-465-6635 or Jamie Morris, Coordinator, Media Relations, (O) 202-218-3621, (C) 530-545-9274. To learn more about our membership, travel trends and signature events, please view our online Press Kit.
Travel Community Trumpets House Vote to Renew Brand USA
July 22, 2014
The travel community heartily congratulates House leaders of both parties for embracing a policy that pays clear dividends for the U.S. economy: extending Brand USA and the outstanding work it does to attract international travelers and their dollars to American shores.
CBO: Travel Promotion Bill Will Cut Federal Deficit by $231 Million
July 21, 2014
The U.S. Travel Association today welcomed analysis from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office showing that H.R. 4450, the Travel Promotion, Enhancement, and Modernization Act of 2014, will, if enacted, reduce the U.S. federal deficit by $231 million over 10 years.
Travel Community Hails Obama Transportation Funding Plan
July 17, 2014
The president has repeatedly demonstrated that our infrastructure challenges have his full attention, and today we see again that his administration is devoting careful thought to how we tackle these problems.
The Travel Industry Is Racing To Catch Up With Tourists' And Business Travelers' Mobile Habits
February 5, 2014
Brand USA hosts pavilion at SATTE 2014
February 4, 2014
U.S. Travel Association's IPW event's economic impact four times greater than Super Bowl
Trade Show News Network
February 4, 2014
How Much Is That Seat? A Travel Site Breaks It Down
New York Times
February 3, 2014